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  1. Gov applauds states advancements in life sciencesRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Bellevue Reporter

    Gov. Jay Inslee says Washington has the ability to become the global leader in life sciences innovation and healthcare delivery, but it's going to take a unified effort from policy makers and business owners. On Oct. 24, Inslee spoke about the state's potential during his keynote address at the Washington Biotechnology & Biomedical Association 25th annual meeting and Governor's Life Sciences Summit held at the Meydenbauer Center in Bellevue.

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  2. 2015: Year of the chicken | Chick-fil-A expansion in Washington starts in BellevueRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bellevue Reporter

    Bellevue is just the beginning for Chick-fil-A's expansion into the Puget Sound region and its other two Washington locations slated to open in 2015 still the tip of the iceberg. In all, the Atlanta-based chain plans to open up to 20 stores here by 2020.

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  3. A defensive guruRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bellevue Reporter

    Having a height advantage in soccer is a bonus for any player. Soccer is a sport featuring a plethora of 50/50 balls and having that added size on the field translates into more possessions, which can result in stops on defense and goals scored on offense.

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  4. Cultural Crossroads Festival returns Nov. 7-9Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Bellevue Reporter

    The 24th annual Cultural Crossroads Festival returns to Crossroads Bellevue on 7-9, bringing a wide variety of ethnic entertainment on two stages, an international bazaar and exhibits. The event is the single most popular event in the Crossroads annual calendar of events.

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  5. City proposing property tax increase for enhanced revenueRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Bellevue Reporter

    The city of Bellevue is proposing for the first time in six years raising its share of property tax 5 percent in the 2015-17 biennium to generate revenue it can use to take on critical, but unfunded capital improvement projects. City Council received its first of possibly several budget presentations by staff on Monday, a public hearing to be held on Nov. 17. The $1.47-billion budget calls on the 5 percent property tax increase, representing less than 1 percent of the overall tax increase, to be bonded over 20 years to provide $25 million in enhanced revenue.

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  6. Bellevue teen author launches new book series using iPadRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Bellevue Reporter

    Jordan Olerud, 14, poses for a photo with her friend, nurse and co-author of 'Mystery at the Horse Show,' Rachelle Sheets, and her service dog Baker. A prize horse has gone missing at the annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show and a shadowy figure lurks around every corner.

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  7. Knights overpower WildcatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 27 | Bellevue Reporter

    In the final regular season home game of the 2014 season the Newport Knights played their typical brand of smashmouth football against the Mount Si Wildcats. The game-plan of running the ball behind its massive offensive line worked to perfection.

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  8. Police chief finalists explain leadership strategiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 27 | Bellevue Reporter

    Five finalists hoping to become Bellevue's next police chief outlined on Oct. 24 several strategies for strengthening personnel and how their management style would be a benefit to the city. The finalists were in Bellevue last week to meet with the public and city staff, and will continue to discuss their qualifications for the position with staff panels this week before City Manager Brad Miyake makes a final decision in the following two weeks.

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  9. PSE scrambling to restore power on Eastside | Weekend wind storm caused 100,000 to lose powerRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 27 | Bellevue Reporter

    PSE crews work to restore power in the area of 244th Avenue Northeast and Northeast 16th Place in Sammamish on Sunday, Oct 26. Puget Sound Energy is scrambling to restore power to about 4,200 customers who have been doing without for nearly 48 hours after a powerful wind storm ripped through the Eastside. Strong, consistent winds of up to 60 mph began causing outages in Bellevue around 8 p.m. Saturday, the storm eventually knocking out power to about 100,000 PSE customers by early Sunday morning.

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  10. Bellevue schools enrollment up 278 students beyond projectionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 27 | Bellevue Reporter

    The additional $7 million collected from a 2010 educational programs and operations levy was used to help reduce the average class size in the Bellevue School District this year, but if the current growth trends continue, the surplus may have to become a line item. This year, enrollment in Bellevue grew by 598 students, 278 more than projected for the 2014/2015 school year, according to the most recent figures supplied to the school board during Tuesday night's meeting.

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  11. Boys and Girls Clubs to get on-site defibrillatorsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 27 | Bellevue Reporter

    Kenny Cooper, forward for the Seattle Sounders FC, talks to kids at the Bellevue Boys and Girls Clubs about importance of eating healthy and exercising. The Hope Heart Institute is working with the Bellevue Boys & Girls Club to ensure that each club has an automated external defibrillator on site.

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  12. Football star Donald Driver tells Hopelink fundraiser audience about troubled past - and hopeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 25 | Bellevue Reporter

    When the former professional football player tells his story to people, they get the whole deal. It's an emotional and riveting ride dotted with harsh times - experiencing poverty and homelessness - that led to victory in the end.

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  13. Hewitt joins Kitsap BankRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 24 | Bellevue Reporter

    Bill Hewitt has joined Kitsap Bank as senior vice president and commercial relationship manager, and will be based out of the Bellevue Loan Office. Hewitt comes to the bank with over 27 years of lending experience, including extensive and diversified experience in commercial lending and credit analysis.

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  14. Police chief fires lieutenant, claims forged document, lyingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 24 | Bellevue Reporter

    A Bellevue Police lieutenant was terminated Thursday for allegedly falsifying a document submitted with a worker's compensation claim and lying about it during an investigation. Police Lt.

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  15. City, college host first Startup Weekend BellevueRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 24 | Bellevue Reporter

    Bellevue isn't lacking in business startups, and more may be coming out of the woodworks this weekend as the city and Bellevue College host a 54-hour competition that ends Sunday with final pitches by ambitious entrepreneurs to a set of high-level judges. Startup Weekend Bellevue starts today at City Hall with entrepreneurs, designers and developers being matched into teams with coaches to create the best pitch for a panel of judges in order to win prizes that could push their business concepts closer to reality.

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  16. City seeking more bids for third-party Energize Eastside studyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 24 | Bellevue Reporter

    A lack of bids has the city advertising again for an independent review of Puget Sound Energy's Energize Eastside project to determine whether it is truly necessary for meeting future energy capacity needs. Mike Brennan, city development services director, told the City Council on Monday that only one bid had been received for a third-party review of the Energize Eastside project, which will run 18 miles of 230kV transmission lines from Renton to Redmond.

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  17. Downtown Bellevue gets together to mingleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 23 | Bellevue Reporter

    More than 260 people attended the Bellevue Downtown Association's fifth annual Bellevue Mingle on Oct. 16 at the Bellevue Arts Museum. More than 260 people attended the Bellevue Downtown Association's fifth annual Bellevue Mingle on Oct. 16 at the Bellevue Arts Museum.

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  18. Worker rescued from fall into SR 520 pontoon | UPDATERead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 23 | Bellevue Reporter

    UPDATE: The man who fell into the pontoon has been retrieved by Bellevue firefighters, according to fire department community liaison officer Richard Burke. The man sustained non-life threatening injuries to his lower body in the fall and he was transported to a local hospital for treatment.

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  19. Police seek public's help in finding missing Newport Hills manRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 23 | Bellevue Reporter

    Michael W. Bennett, 44, of Bellevue, was reported missing on Oct. 11 after he was last seen on Sept. 26. His vehicle was recovered at Snoqualmie Pass on Oct. 14. The Bellevue Police Department is seeking the public's help in locating a 44-year-old Bellevue man last seen by friends and family in late September, his vehicle having been recovered near the Alpental Ski area at Snoqualmie Pass last week.

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  20. The Novel Tree plans November opening | Bellevue's second pot shop design a nod to Pacific NorthwestRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 23 | Bellevue Reporter

    The Novel Tree is poised to become the second recreational marijuana shop to open in Bellevue with its licensure finalized this week. Owners Chris McAboy and Allie Charneski are in the final stages of remodeling the former site of A Better Bath and Kitchen at 1817 130th Ave. N.E., and hope to open their pot shop in early November.

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